A life of adventure..
Nomadic by nature, as a qualified geologist, Jeremy wandered into the Himalaya in 1987, teaching himself photography. His work from Nepal was published in Hong Kong, thus beginning an international career which has taken Jeremy to more than 100 countries around the globe.
A harmonious fusion of light and colour, Jeremy Horner’s images often appear like paintings. His work is regularly published in the world’s leading magazines, such as National Geographic, GEO, Conde Nast Traveller and Colors.
A concerned photographer, Jeremy is a veteran of over twenty assignments for Unicef, from Nicaragua to North Korea. He explored Latin America for six years, producing four books, including the award-winning Living Incas and The Life of Colombia. He has produced books on Brunei and Saudi Arabia by royal commission and participated in international projects of the world’s leading photographers, such as Thailand – 9 days in the Kingdom and Discovering Ecuador.
Jeremy’s book Island Dreams: Mediterranean (Thames & Hudson, 2004) documents an odyssey across the cradle of civilization to 24 extraordinary islands. Jeremy’s latest book Nirvana explores the historical journeys of Buddhism spreading across 16 countries of Asia (Oro Editions, Fall 2016) and won a Benjamin Franklin Award. His corporate clients include Bell Pottinger, BP, Bloomberg, EXO travel, Orient-Express and the UAE government.
Jeremy was one of the earliest members of Panos Pictures (since 1995).
He is currently working on books on colour in India and Morocco.